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Over to the westward were islands which would not protect the traders.
A SON OF THE SUNJACK LONDON
Westward the Tyropean Bridge spanned a deep, populous ravine.
THE CITY OF DELIGHTELIZABETH MILLER
To the westward flowed the stream of doctrines which sprang up in the Orient.
PETER THE HERMITDANIEL A. GOODSELL
And now with gloomy face the sergeant returned to where he had left Major Plummer watching the westward trail.
FOES IN AMBUSHCHARLES KING
The Goths then moved southward and westward into Greece, everywhere pillaging the country.
On the beach to the westward of the island, the fossils called St. Cuthbert's beads—the entrochi of naturalists—are found.
Unless some importation of explosive material from the westward stirs them up, one century is made the pattern for the next.
The yacht was outside of the smuggler, about two miles to the westward, and about five or six miles from the revenue-cutter.
THE THREE CUTTERSCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
The heights to the westward were all composed of basalt, whilst those to the eastward were sandstone.
In the Westward streets there was no traffic; in the Westward shops, no business.
REPRINTED PIECESCHARLES DICKENS

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